This is a cropped image of the painting Ivory Tower. You can see a woman rolling her eyes. She is wearing a transparent glittering mask and a fur coat. She has her hand to her forhead in distress. This is a watercolor realism painting by Amy Lewis.
This is a cropped image of the painting "Lunch on the go". You can see a woman wearing jewelry and holding a cup noodle container and chopsticks. This is an oil painting by realism artist, Amy Lewis.
This is a cropped image of the painting, Fine Dining. It is an oil painting by the realism artist, Amy Lewis. You can see a woman's hand holding out half of a pink donut. She is wearing glittering puffed sleeves.
Chocolate candy coins in gold foil are featured in my newest painting "Candy"
This is an oil painting. This is a cropped image of the painting titled "Pocket Change" by Amy Lewis. You can see a gilded jar basking in light and full of money.
This is a cropped image of the realism oil painting "Smoke Break" by artist Amy Lewis. In this image you can see a man's hand in a sequin jacket sleeve wearing a large gold watch.
This is a cropped image of the realism oil painting "Afternoon Snack" by Amy Lewis. In this image you can see a glass swan on a white table. The glass swan is filled with French fries. A woman's hand is reaching down to grab a fry.

The Beauty of daily life reminds me 
to be grateful + to use my privileges for the good of others.

This is a cropped image of the realism watercolor painting "breakfast" by Amy Lewis. You can see a chocolate donut sitting on a white napkin on an orange table.
This is a cropped image of the realism watercolor painting "Poetic Musings" by Amy Lewis. You can see a woman wearing a vintage blue sweater with her hand resting by her shoulder.
This is a cropped image of the realism watercolor painting "Great Expectations" by Amy Lewis. You can see a man in a blue beanie with his hand to his face. He is in the coffee shop Bluebeard in Tacoma.

My realism artwork is made with 
oil paint, watercolor paint or
occasionally mixed media.

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Press & Features

In this interview I explore everything from how I learned how to paint to why I paint what I paint.

October 2021

Envision Art Magazine featured my work on 4 page spread in their 6th edition. 

June 2021

Grit City Magazine collaborated with me to create their featured art piece.

The piece celebrates Tacoma and is inspired by Art Nouveau.

2020

art is an investment in something that gives you joy and will last you a lifetime.